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Night View of Sun Xun,
Reconstruction of the Universe,
architectural installation pavilion
with mixed media animated
film, light glass sculptures and
bamboo, 2016, at Art Basel
Miami Beach, with Audemars
Piquet Le Brassus, in partnership
with Sean Kelly Gallery, Edouard
Malingue Gallery, and ShanghArt
Gallery.

Night View of Sun Xun, Reconstruction of the Universe, architectural installation pavilion with mixed media animated film, light glass sculptures and bamboo, 2016, at Art Basel Miami Beach, with Audemars Piquet Le Brassus, in partnership with Sean Kelly Gallery, Edouard Malingue Gallery, and ShanghArt Gallery.


ART BASEL & ART WEEK MIAMI

THE ART WORLD TURNS UP THE HEAT J. Fatima Martins Art Basel, which hosts three events annually, celebrated its 15th season in 2016, concluding the year at its United States location at the Miami Beach Convention Center (the other two locations are in Hong Kong and its home base of Basel, Switzerland), continuing its status […]


Joseph Cornell, Untitled, 1933,
mixed media, Galerie 1900-
2000, Paris, France.

Joseph Cornell, Untitled, 1933, mixed media, Galerie 1900- 2000, Paris, France.


ART BASEL MIAMI

AN ARTIST’S PERSPECTIVE Jenine Shereos The sheer abundance of art in Miami and Miami Beach during Art Basel is staggering. One could easily spend three days absorbing the work at Basel itself, not to mention the 25 peripheral art fairs and other art events and openings happening concurrently throughout the city. While the atmosphere is […]


Citizens of Earth, acrylic on wrapped canvas, 16” x 20”.

Citizens of Earth, acrylic on wrapped canvas, 16” x 20”.


ALLEGRETTO’S WHIMSY

INSPIRING A MORE CHEERFUL WORLD Tom Soboleski From a past that includes stints as an artist’s model, a Playboy Bunny, a blues singer and a hairdresser, Pamela Allegretto has risen into rarified air — success in two artistic vocations. Blessed with dual talent — flourishing artist an accomplished author — the Haddam, Conn. resident has […]


Vermont College of Fine Arts winter residency exhibit. Work by Michael Flint, class of 2016.

Vermont College of Fine Arts winter residency exhibit. Work by Michael Flint, class of 2016.


VT COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

TEACHING ARTISTS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE Alexandra Tursi “We need art and artists more than ever right now,” said Thomas Christopher Greene, president of the Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA), hinting at the current political environment in which we find ourselves. “Art is a way of knowing and a way to the truth.” That’s […]


Un-Send Project installation at
VZW MAG in Ghent, Belgium,
June 17, 2016.

Un-Send Project installation at VZW MAG in Ghent, Belgium, June 17, 2016.


RETURN TO SENDER

WORKING TOGETHER AT WHEELOCK Kristin Wissler Imagine that you open your mailbox one day and find a letter, open it, and inside is a small piece of artwork — with an explanation that your job is to contribute to this piece of artwork in some fashion. You can draw on it with markers or pencils, […]


Brian Stephens, Do You Want
to be a Boy or a Girl?

Brian Stephens, Do You Want to be a Boy or a Girl?


METAMORPHOSIS AT LYME ACADEMY

ART EDUCATION EVOLVES Kristin Nord Being a working artist today means being many things — as Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts graduates are proving. They are art teachers and animators, medical illustrators and gallery owners, portrait artists and toy designers, puppeteers, prosthetics designers, creative directors, storyboard artists, computer game artists and cartoonists. And the […]


Sara Jane Lapp, Map of
Prague.

Sara Jane Lapp, Map of Prague.


THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER THING

SALUTING TALENT AT ARTPROV Suzanne Volmer Featuring an eclectic mix of works, “This and That” is a show that ArtProv Gallery plans to serve as a guideline to the year ahead. It runs through January 20 and will be followed by “Henry’s Kids” in February. New work by a handful of artists from the first […]


Linda Batchelor,
Bottle Composition 3, 2016,
monotype/collage, 30” x 22”.

Linda Batchelor, Bottle Composition 3, 2016, monotype/collage, 30” x 22”.


SMALL BUT MIGHTY

MONOTYPES AT GREAT BAY Linda Chestney What is the purpose of life if not to teach us wisdom and impart knowledge? Art is one of the tools in life that does just that. To quote one of the artists in the exhibition, “A Small Show of Large Works,” on view through January 26 at the […]


Art Ferrier, Window Haiku,
photography, archival
pigment print, 22” x 32”.

Art Ferrier, Window Haiku, photography, archival pigment print, 22” x 32”.


MEMBERS STRUT THEIR STUFF

WHISTLER’S FALL JURIED EXHIBIT Flavia Cigliano The arts community in Lowell, Massachusetts continues to grow, with the Whistler House Museum of Art, home of the Lowell Art Association, as one of its most engaged and popular members. The museum’s 2016 Fall Juried Members’ Exhibition brings together a representative sampling of area artists’ best works. Although […]


Scott Murphy, Pounce de León, oil on panel (no date), on loan from the artist.

Scott Murphy, Pounce de León, oil on panel (no date), on loan from the artist.


A PURR-FECT TRIBUTE TO DR. SEUSS

A PURR-FECT TRIBUTE TO DR. SEUSS John P. Stapleton There are many ways that we can think about a cat wearing a hat, but the first one the mind jumps to is almost always Dr. Seuss’ favorite furry friend, The Cat in the Hat. In anticipation of its new Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, […]